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Sunday, September 9, the Pope repeated his support for the environment according to the New York Times. This follows on the footsteps of the blog I posted last week on the importance of education for environmental success. The Pope called for a broader look at creation, in order to more fully include environmental protectionism.
On September 7, the Religion, Science and the Environment symposium commenced in Greenland. The symposium was spearheaded by HAH the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholemew (#1 on Grist’s top 15). According to the Patriarch, crimes against nature are sins.
For more on the symposium see here.
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